Minnesota State Capitol

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  • Free, $5 suggested donation for guided tours

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  • 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., accessible from I-94 & 35E, just N of downtown St. Paul. Park at meters M–F, park free in all state parking lots on weekends. GPS: 44.9551,-93.1022

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  • Open Monday-Friday: 8:30 am-5 pm, Saturday: 10 am- 3 pm, Sunday: 1-4 pm

Attraction Attributes

  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. Quadriga Starlight Tour

    Quadriga Starlight Tour

    75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
    St Paul, MN 55155
    Call: (651) 296-2881

    Take a guided tour of the restored State Capitol building and meet a range of historical characters who will share stories about the Capitol’s construction and history. Following the tour, climb to the rooftop for a rare evening opportunity to view the newly regilded Quadriga—the golden horses on the Capitol roof—against the backdrop of the lighted skyline of the Twin Cities.

    Note: Access to the Quadriga requires climbing 63 steps.

  2. Shadows & Spirits of the Capitol Tour

    Shadows & Spirits of the Capitol Tour

    75 Rev Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
    St Paul, MN 55155
    Call: (651) 296-2881

    Join a one-hour guided tour of the newly restored Capitol through the shadowy and eerily lit rotunda, hallways, and chambers. Visitors will encounter historical "spirits" who will tell stories of the Capitol’s early history, including a night watchman, Civil War veteran, a woman suffragist, a dome foreman, and artist who decorated the Supreme Court chamber.

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